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It's an amusing read, but generally accurate?

And a lot of stuffs in Hammer of the Gods came from Richard Cole, if I remember correctly.

It gave me a good laugh (especially the Bonham at the art gallery incident)....more or less the same as Hammer, only told differently. Led Zeppelin as soap food.

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Just finished and wondered what your opinion was who's read it? I thought it was quite good and generally accurate. Better than Hammer of the Gods.

How did you reach that conclusion? B)

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Oh, So all the Tour dates, Concerts, Persons present, Karac, Plants accident are wrong? I see :slapface:

:lol: and that makes it "generally accurate"?

Y'know what - you aren't arguing this point with me. The surviving members described it as crap and mostly inaccurate. Tell us they are wrong. :rolleyes:

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Er no - actually just responding to the thread. Sorry if you wanted me to praise the book and I didn't - its just that it's a nasty piece of work written by someone with an axe to grind - who's probably pretty sorry that he ever did it.

As for the "always one in every thread" remark - yeah, you said it. :rolleyes:

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Er no - actually just responding to the thread. Sorry if you wanted me to praise the book and I didn't - its just that it's a nasty piece of work written by someone with an axe to grind - who's probably pretty sorry that he ever did it.

As for the "always one in every thread" remark - yeah, you said it. :rolleyes:

Didnt want you to praise it at all. Just not reply with totally useless biase comments. It wasnt great it wasnt bad, Just a decent enough read.

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I wonder who has written the most accurate account.

I wonder as well. Any others recommended by anyone? Biography type. Tried the new one "When Giants walked the earth" but didnt like the way it was written with the fantasy/thoughts of the band. You know what I mean? :D

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but, saying that my favourite ot of all these books about Led Zeppelin has to be

My brother John, by Mick Bonham, a friend sent me this book, it was so informative,

and had some lovely pictures of The Bonham Family, and I found it a very sad book,

but, nicely set out and written.

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